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As you may know, a few weeks ago I talked about taking a Lightroom for Beginners course. I’ve been diligently working through the course over the past few weeks and was able to learn a great deal of information about Lightroom including how to utilize the catalog system, how to edit my photos using presets, and more. The one skill I was specifically looking to learn was how to edit my photos using Lightroom’s awesome presets. After taking the course, I’m starting to feel a lot more confident in using Lightroom to edit my photos. This course hasn’t made me an expert by any means but being able to edit my own photos with Lightroom is a step in the right direction and I’d like to continue to learn more advanced Lightroom techniques in the future. After taking this class, I certainly plan to try out more CreativeLive courses to help brush up on skills.
The above picture is one I edited using Lightroom. Prior to editing, it was a lot darker since the lighting in my apartment is pretty terrible so I made it brighter and more visually appealing. I clearly still need a little work with my flatlays though.
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I hope you enjoyed my Lightroom for Beginners recap. Do you like taking online courses to further your education or do you prefer learning in person? Please feel free to let me know down in the comments.